Centro "Luigi Pecci"

Conca (Shell) – Enzo Cucchi

An outdoor installation in the collection of the Luigi Pecci Centre for Contemporary Art


Created in 1990 in marble, cement and water. “The shell of the Pratese museum is divided in two,” says Ammon Barzel, “like the two hemispheres of the brain, the jet of water falls in one half or the other depending on the unpredictable directions of the breeze.” The sculpture is located in Viale della Repubblica 277, in the garden of the Luigi Pecci Centre for Contemporary Art.

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